Brock University Supporting and Nurturing Niagara’s Businesses

Announcement in Brock News THURSDAY, MARCH 07, 2019

Business school increasing accessibility to community services with launch of Goodman Group

To enhance its longstanding relationship with the Niagara community, the Goodman School of Business at Brock University is making community services more accessible through the establishment of Goodman Group.

The move will bring together programming for Niagara businesses, students and the broader Brock community, providing them direct access to a full range of learning and development services offered by the School’s faculty, staff and students. It will serve as a hub for the community, while also providing students with real-world, experiential learning opportunities.

“This is a very exciting chapter for the Goodman School of Business,” said Dean Andrew Gaudes. “All the projects will engage students, faculty and the community in a matter that provides a rich experience for all parties involved.

“We are putting our best researchers into practice in supporting and developing our community, while applying what we advocate when it comes to engaging our students in experiential learning.”

Goodman Group will offer:

  • Consulting Services (formerly known as Goodman MBA Consulting)
  • Executive Development
  • Professional Development (formerly the Centre for Innovation, Management and Enterprise Education)
  • Venture Development (formerly BioLinc)

Continue reading Full Article by Kaitlyn Little in Brock News

For more information on Goodman Group’s programs and services visit brocku.ca/goodman/goodman-group

IN PHOTO: The Goodman Group team is: (back row, from left) Mohamed Guesmi, John Di Lorenzo, Abdul Rahimi, Bailey Cochrane, (front row, from left) Kajsa Cirocco, Cassie Price and Drew MacNeil.